Tag Archives: Colonial Williamsburg
‘Ello Govna, your garden is a-maze-ing. The Governor’s Mansion, Colonial Williamsburg. Photo by @jtm71.
Rasta-sheep, Colonial Williamsburg. Photo by @pmalyszko.
The Governor’s garden, Williamsburg. Photo by @meganverwelst.
Some casual scroll reading in Colonial Williamsburg. Photo by @patrickmarlettphotography.
The Governor’s Palace, Williamsburg. Photo by @comariecall.
The Sir Christopher Wren Building at the College of William & Mary (@william_and_mary) in Virginia is the oldest college building still standing in the United States and the oldest of the restored public buildings in Williamsburg. It was constructed between 1695 and 1700, before Williamsburg was founded, when the capital of the colony of Virginia was still located at Jamestown, and the tract of land between the James and York rivers which was to become Williamsburg was populated by crude timber buildings and known as “Middle Plantation.” The Wren Building has been gutted by fire three times—in 1705, 1859 and 1862. Each time the interior of the structure was rebuilt, and for more than three centuries, it has been “the soul of the College.” Photo by @hsdemarco.
Reading the paper in Colonial Williamsburg. Photo by @jay_carr81.
The Governor’s Palace, Colonial Williamsburg. Photo by @abrasmith77.